20 of the best supper clubs in London you have to try at least once

Whatever you're in the mood for, you're sure to find it in London's eclectic offering of supper clubs

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20 of the best supper clubs in London you have to try at least once

Looking for a unique dining experience in the nation's capital? Look no further than one of London's supper clubs, which combine great food with fun themes, conviviality and homely vibes to great effect.


What actually is a supper club, we hear you ask! Well, it's a good question - where does a supper club become a restaurant, or stop being a pop-up? Supper clubs are places for people to enjoy fine, high-quality food, without formalities. Many supper clubs are hosted by people in their own houses, so it feels as though you're visiting them for dinner, but you're paying them for the privilege.

Sometimes there are themes, or live music, or comedy. A supper club really can be anything, with many taking the form of pop-up concepts and even underground restaurants. Typically there is no choice when it comes to the menu, and the whole thing has a more relaxed, communal feeling when compared to a restaurant. If you enjoy chatting to new people while out and about then plump for one with long sharing tables that encourage family-style dining, or if you prefer to stick to your own team when eating out go for a smaller affair that has more intimately-sized tables. 

The temporary nature of these spots make it a popular way for aspiring chefs or restaurant-owners to try out their offering before committing to the rent of a plum postcode, a sort of test-run before the main event. As such, you usually can get some pretty amazing food for a fraction of its normal price.  

If sociable supper club dining sounds like your kind of vibe, go ahead and check out our selection of the best supper clubs in London. 

'In Good Company' by Company of Cooks

What: Company of Cooks is hosting a series of supper clubs in 2023 called 'In Good Company', which sees guest chefs, restaurateurs and producers prepare one-off menus hosted in iconic venues across London. From May to September, guests are able to book tickets to supper clubs held at the likes of Kew Gardens, Chelsea Physic Garden, Kensington Palace and more, while top chefs taking part in the initiative include Jose Pizarro (Jose), Douglas McMaster (Silo), Nikita Pathakji and Karan Gokani (Hoppers). Celebrate the summer with some of the best names in the business with this series of seasonal suppers. 
Where: Various London locations
How much: From £60
Book now: Company of Cooks

The Occasional Dining Club

Candles and flowers dinner

What: What’s better than great food and BYOB? No, we can’t think of anything either. Combine that with an intimate low light setting and delicious welcome cocktails, and you’ve got an evening with The Occasional Dining Club. Started by three friends who met at Leith’s School of Food & Wine, with careers spanning from Michelin starred kitchens to private chefs of the mega rich, they’ve drawn on their experience to bring the foodies of London a well executed, seasonal menu every two months. The themes change regularly, but the quality remains the same, and you’ll be hard pushed to find a supper club that’s better value than this one. Expect anything from slow cooked beef cheek with pickled shallots, to tiramisu donuts with a warm chocolate sauce - and whatever you do, make sure you stick around for the surprise shot at the end of the meal.
Where: Various locations
When: 29 & 30 May
How much: 
Book now: The Occasional Dining Club

Retan at Louie Louie

What: Retan has been touring London for some time now, doing three month residencies at the likes of Peckham Cellars and The Great Gun Social. This French-leaning supper club takes inspiration from Paris, pairing organic wines and easy-going French bistro fare to great effect. Retan duo Retan duo Josh Dalloway and Cameron Dewar boast the likes of Berenjak, Elystan Street and Sager + Wilde on their CVs, and they cook with typical flair and panache, but retaining a sense of communality. They also have a laudable approach to affordability, often hosting 'hot pot' dinners that keep food waste and costs to a minimum. Dishes include the likes of aged beef tartare with seaweed relish, cured yolk and prawn crackers, and salted pollack with kohlrabi, buttermilk and horseradish.
Where: 347 Walworth Road, SE17 2AL
How much: £45 
Book now: Retan

Khaadraas Supper Club - Cafe Spice Namaste, Newham

What: Bring a sense of adventure and a rumbling belly and let Cyrus and Pervin Todiwala do the rest at Cafe Spice Namaste's Khaadraas supper club. Each course is meticulously planned to showcase fine Indian cuisine with the best local and seasonal ingredients. Here you can expect a multi-course Parsee feast, including dishes like curried lamb mince on a Bombay-style bread roll, diced slow-cooked lamb in a traditional tomato-based sauce and cumin flavoured rice, as well as a steamed Madeira pudding with saffron. In terms of the best supper clubs in London, you can't go wrong with this showcase of Indian flavours. 
Where: 1-2 Lower Dock Walk, Newham, E16 2GT
How much: £45
Book: Cafe Spice Namaste

The Water House Project, Bethnal Green

What: Chef and owner of The Water House Project, Gabriel Waterhouse, left the kitchen at Michelin-starred Galvin La Chapelle with one aim: to make fine dining more sociable. Despite having nailed-down a permanent site in Bethnal Green, we're keeping it in this list as the experience still has the warmth and homeliness of a great supper club - the kitchen and dining room are all part of the same space, and there's a long communal table available for more sociable guests. The team serve up a seasonally-changing ten course menu, and there’s also an excellent drinks pairing as part of the bargain, which actually makes The Water House Project pretty fantastic value.
Where: 1 Corbridge Crescent, Bethnal Green, E2 9DS
How much: £135 with wine pairings
Book: The Water House Project

Kitchen Theory, Barnet

What: Chez Jozef Youssef and the Kitchen Theory team put together an immersive chef's table-style supper club with a 10 course tasting menu. This really is an experience like no other as it plays on multiple sense with audio, lighting, projections, aromas and textures all considered part of the dining experience. Previous dishes on the menu have included ox cheek doughnuts, squid ink risotto and a seaweed spaghetti that you can share at a long table with 11 other guests. With supper clubs once a month, the team are well-practiced at bringing one of the best supper clubs in London to the (chef's) table.
Where: Unit 9A, Alston Works, Falkland Road, Barnet, EN5 4LG
How much: £190
Book: Kitchen Theory

Disappearing Dining Club, various locations

What: You never quite know what you’re going to get with the Disappearing Dining Club, a concept that sees the team pop up at all kinds of different venues across London. These days the team tends to host events at The Dartmouth Arms in North London, but they're also liable to appear in an East London warehouse or a chic City townhouse. The cooking is always solid, seasonal and delicious, and often accompanied by live DJs and music. The team can also arrange a supper club at your house or for a private party with dishes like braised lamb shoulder in a thyme jus and homemade sticky Guinness cake making up the exciting sample menu for this London supper club.
Where: Various locations
How much: Various prices
Book: Disappearing Dining Club

Only Food and Courses, Brixton

What: Found inside a 30ft steel container in Pop Brixton, chef Robbie Lorraine brings us a new pop-up dining experience that taps into food nostalgia. His menu takes you back to the 80s and 90s with his unique and entertaining combination of British food and pop culture of the period. With a six course tasting menu available that changes monthly, the evening is completely inspired by pop culture and trends, using the best seasonal produce to make modern versions of old-school classics. Examples of dishes include a prawn cocktail, beef and onions, as well as a sweet After Eight palette cleanser and rich millionaire's shortbread.
Where: Unit S37 Pop Brixton, 49 Station Road, Brixton, SW9 8PQ
How much: £65
Book: Only Food and Courses

10 Miles Club, various locations

What: Duo Emily and Sarah set up the 10 Miles supper club to celebrate the food that can be found right on your doorstep. Their dishes feature seasonal, sustainable ingredients with full traceability and a low carbon footprint, reared within a 10 mile radius of the venue. With four courses and an arrival drink, this is one of the best supper clubs in London for supporting local businesses, while still providing delicious food and a great evening with limited food waste. Previous menus have included dishes like crayfish with a sourdough focaccia and dip for starters, pork belly as a main course and elderberry tart for dessert, but it all depends on what the team can source in the local area.
Where: Various locations
How much: £49
Book: 10 Miles Club

Uyen Luu, Hackney

What: Chef and food stylist Uyen runs this popular supper club from her East London studio. Cooking alongside a team (who are often her family members) Uyen somehow manages to send out course upon course of beautiful Vietnamese dishes from her tiny kitchen, for you to share at long tables with friends, old and new. Ingredients are thoughtfully and responsibly sourced, with emphasis on provenance, and you can expect Vietnamese comfort food galore, with dishes like summer rolls or pho with chicken. For a beautiful, communal dinner this is definitely up their as one of the best supper clubs in London. 
Where: Unit 32, Regent Studios, 8 Andrews Road, Hackney, E8 4QN
How much: £55
Book: Uyen Luu

Mexican Food Memories, East Finchley

What: This dinky supper club only seats ten and is run by Mexican food fanatic Karla, who recreates the dishes her parents made for her when she was growing up. She regularly runs dinner supper clubs where she serves up her delicious home cooking made from high-quality, ethical ingredients (Karla sources organic and free range meat where possible). At a usual dinner, you will experience the communal Mexican dining style with a welcome drink and snack, a small starter, a little energy booster and then a main, all finished off with something sweet and a mezcalito to say adios! You'll have to venture out to East Finchley, but it's worth the trek for some of the best Mexican food in London.
Where: 100 Ossulton Way, East Finchley, N2 0LD
How much: £45
Book: Mexican Food Memories

Shanghai Supper Club, various locations

What: One of the best supper clubs in London for Asian flavours, Shanghai Supper Club delves into specific, homemade Shanghai comfort dishes, like drunken chicken, pork belly with eggs, Shengjian bao and small wontons in chicken broth. There are no corners cut here either - noodles are all handmade and hand cut, as are wontons, bao buns and everything else. If you love getting stuck into hyper-regional Chinese cuisine, this one is for you.
Where: Various locations 
How much: £75
Book: Shanghai Supper Club

Babylon Bakehouse, various locations

What: Sisters Sura and Nuha, the duo behind Babylon Bakehouse, say they’re on a mission to prove that there’s more to Middle Eastern food than mezze. Taking inspiration from their Iraqi household, the sisters aim to bring people together in small, intimate settings to get a taste of Middle Eastern culture. As well as their supper clubs they also run a catering branch to their business, and serve up all sorts of delicious dishes to their guests. Expect small bites packed with flavour like chicken musakhan rolls and spinach fatayer
Where: Various locations
How much: Various prices
Book: Babylon Bakehouse

Food with Mae, various locations

What: If you’re looking for something a little bit different in your supper club, then how about trying a Filipino-themed one? Food with Mae is, unsurprisingly, headed up by Mae – a London mum of two who was born in the Philippines and taught to cook by her father. Typically the evening includes four courses and will feature dishes like boiled blue crab, stir fried prawns with palapa sauce, and garlic fried rice, as well as a sweet treat at the end. If you’re looking for something a bit different try the boodle fight supper club, a hands-on, immersive taste of Filipino culture. 
Where: Various locations
How much: Various prices
Book: Food With Mae

supperclub.tube, Walthamstow

What: For novelty factor you don’t get much more quirky than dining in an old tube carriage. This unique concept was dreamed up by Columbian head chef Beatriz Maldonado. You can expect the team to take you on a foodie journey from Mexico to Patagonia with robust flavours and hearty portions. Dishes might include things like beef empanadas and corn-fed chicken in a yellow chilli sauce with roasted beetroot and potatoes; with dessert bringing a passionfruit ice lolly followed by a Colombian style coconut pie. 
Where: South Access Road, Walthamstow, E17 8AX
How much: £49
Book: supperclub.tube

Mam Sham, various locations

What: Why would you bother going to comedy alone, when you can go to comedy and one of London's best supper clubs all rolled into one? Mam Sham collaborate with top London cooks to theme menus inspired by three comedy acts who will perform while you eat. Previous chef partnerships have included Black Axe Mangal and MasterChef winners Three Girls Cook. The duo deliver memorable performances, food and networking opportunities throughout their unique event concept.
Where: Various locations
How much: Various prices
Book: Mam Sham

& Ginger, various locations

What: Lauren and Josephine met while both at National Geographic Traveller, where they still work during the day. Each series is called something & Ginger, like Basque & Ginger or London & Ginger, signalling where the dishes they’ll be cooking are inspired by. Some events are BYOB, others offer additional wine pairings, but all the supper clubs serve up a set menu of delicious seasonal plates. We love the sound of the beef cheek with cauliflower puree and charred spring onions from their Basque event.
Where: Various locations 
How much: £54.49
Book: & Ginger

Soul Supper, Waterloo

What: The team behind Soul Supper take you on an immersive experience back to the swinging sixties with their evening of food, drinks and Motown-style entertainment. Take a trip to Detroit to experience the soul culture of the 60s that became the heartbeat of American music. With a welcome drink of prosecco, a two course meal and the show, it's sure to be a great evening. On the menu, you'll find Motown BBQ chicken, steamed rice, a mixed pepper sauce and coleslaw as well as the Soul Supper signature cupcake to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Where: 26 Leake Street, Waterloo, SE1 7NN
How much: £54.95
Book: Soul Supper

Garage Supper Club, secret location

What: If you're a fan of garage music, this may just be your cup of tea. With a live band and vocalists, the supper club will take you on a foodie and musical journey with some of the most iconic garage tracks performed while you dine. The entertainment doesn't stop there - guests are encouraged to stay and watch the headline acts after the supper club and dance the night away. The menu is yet to be announced but it is assured that they cater for vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free diners; plus, with the location kept a secret until you book your ticket, the Garage Supper Club clearly like to keep the mystery going.
Where: Secret location
How much: £50
Book: Garage Supper Club

The BBQ Club, Southbank

What: Jimmy's BBQ Club is one of the best supper clubs in London for BBQ food and an alfresco, immersive dining experience. The six course menu is left for you to cook over the tabletop with the help of the team to assist you. The chef's prepare the food - so don't worry, you're still getting great flavours - and then they guide you through how to cook each dish, creating the perfect BBQ tasting menu. We hope you've got your chef's hat on with the likes of smoked trout, chicken and pancetta ballotines, lamb leg skewers, and even peaches ready for you to (or attempt to) grill them to perfection.
Where: Queens Walk, Southbank Centre, SE1 8XX
How much: £55
Book: The BBQ Club

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